Tuesday, June 07, 2011

medicalworld


in one day i got a deposit and a withdrawal for my blood account. i had radioactive glucose added for a pet scan and gave up some blood from the other arm for various diagnostic stuff. didn't faint. didn't even blink. i think i received in my right arm and gave from my left. this was prep for meeting with the oncologist to wrap up this chapter of healthcare.

also.... SUNSHINE!!!!

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  1. who needs sunshine when you can glow in the dark?

    just kidding. glad you are closing a chapter of teh healthcare saga, and on a note closer to home, that the sun finally came back!

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  2. With this photograph, you and robin make me think of that book called Love, Medicine and Miracles.

    Good Day Sunshine!

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  3. Send me some sunshine. We got your rain. :)

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  4. which proves you are not a turnip.

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  5. Laughing at Pablo here. Know you are ready to put this all behind you. Soon I hope.

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  6. knowing you well, Rogie, I am impressed that you did not faint! Good for you!

    And wasn't the sun grand? When it finally came out again, after disappearing behind morning fog, it was glorious.

    Nice lookin' bandages, btw....you can take them off now.

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  7. Glad to read that you are finishing up with last of the tests, Yay!

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  8. For all that, I would'a demanded Barney bandaids!

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  9. I think you deserved Superman Band-aids! Glad to see this chapter close.

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  10. You're that glowey thing on Google Earth!

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  11. Tara, if he takes the bandages off, everything will leak out. I always leave them on for 3-4 days, just to be sure.

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  12. Ack. My knees are feeling weird just looking at those bandages and considering th ehtought of needles...
    Right on Roger! Onward to lovely summer.

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  13. If it was money might we call it a "good" cash flow?

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